CREATING NEW FRONTIERS FOR NIGERIA’S ECONOMIC EMANCIPATION THROUGH THE FASHION INDUSTRY

Posted Tuesday, 07 June 2016

On the first of July 2016, at The Eko Hotel Lagos, the first ever conference of its kind, gathering industry experts together under one roof, to deliberate on ways of maximizing the potentials within the fashion industry for greater economic benefits of Nigeria, The textile and garment manufacturing conference will open in Lagos to kick start Africa Fashion Week Nigeria 2016, this conference is poised to highlight innovative systems that will create a powerful independent economic base for the country using creative energies of young and talented fashion entrepreneurs.
 

It is pertinent to note that, fashion has the capacity to provide jobs, promote creativity and individualism, channel useful energies to productive use, provide social security, build export capacity and industrial base, create a massive economic base of micro, small and medium scale enterprises, that can lift a social sector or a whole nation, from poverty and obscurity to wealth and global relevance. Fashion is vast, with correlated industries such as styling, cosmetics, textile manufacturing, photography and costuming as well as retailing and designing. And unlike most industries, the skills required to participate in the fashion sector, are not necessarily obtainable in a higher institution. 
 
Issues that will be discussed on the day:
 

- Is Nigeria ready to become a manufacturing hub for textiles and garments?

- How do manufacturers deal with the infrastructure issues and still make profit?

- How can we tap into the skills of the foreign market?

- Different funding options.

Speakers include:

Dr Mustapha Akinwunmi (Hon. Commissioner For Finance Lagos State)

Mr Dapo Adelegan (President, Nigerian-British Camber of Commerce)

Mr Akintunde Oyebode (Executive Secretary Lagos State Employment Trust Fund)

Mr Hamma (Industrial Regional Manager, Nigeria Textile Manufacturers Association)

Mrs Jennifer Ayonika ( The DG, Nigerian-German Business Association)

Mrs Doris Onwugamba (MD, Manufacturing Resource Centre)

Mrs Chioma Nwagboso (Director, Delegation of German Industry and Commerce)

Dr Peter Kondricz (Commercial Diplomat/ First Secretary Embassy of Hungary)

Mr Johannes Flosbach (TGI Group)

Ms Oke Maduewesi (MD/CEO Zaron Group of Companies)

REGISTER HERE NOW!! TO ATTEND AFWN CONFERENCE FOR FREE

 

 

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